Browsing by Author "Jin, T."

Browsing by Author "Jin, T."

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  • Bell, Andrew; Jin, T.; Stephenson, David J. (Elsevier, 2006)
    Burn threshold diagrams are useful for the prediction of thermally induced grinding damage and were originally developed to describe the conventional shallow cut grinding regime. With the development of new high stock ...
  • Bell, Andrew John; Jin, T.; Stephenson, David J. (2011-06-01)
    Burn threshold diagrams are useful for the prediction of thermally induced grinding damage and were originally developed to describe the conventional shallow cut grinding regime. With the development of new high stock ...
  • Raffles, Mark H.; Stephenson, David J.; Shore, Paul; Jin, T. (Professional Engineering Publishing, 2011-01-01)
    The use of electrolytic in-process dressing (ELID) superfinishing has been investigated with the aim of substantially improving surface finish on spherical bearing balls as well as reducing process times. Using ELID in ...
  • Marson, Silvia; Attia, Usama M.; Allen, David M.; Tipler, P.; Jin, T.; Hedge, J.; Alcock, Jeffrey R. (Cranfield University, 2009-03-31)
    This paper concerns the concept, the design and the manufacturing steps for the fabrication of a precision mould for micro-injection moulding of truly three dimensional microfluidic devices. The mould was designed using ...
  • Jin, T.; Stephenson, David J. (Technische Rundschau, Hallwag Publishers; 1999, 2008-05-09)
    By using hydrodynamic and thermal modelling, the variation of the convection heat transfer coefficient (CHTC) of the process fluids within the grinding zone has been investigated. Experimental measurements of CHTC for ...
  • Bell, Andrew John (Cranfield University, 2009-02)
    This research considers the temperatures generated in the workpiece during profile and cylindrical traverse grinding in the High Efficiency Deep Grinding (HEDG) regime. The HEDG regime takes large depths of cut at high ...
  • Massam, Mark (Cranfield University, 2008)
    High Efficiency Deep Grinding (HEDG) combines high depths of cut, high grinding wheel speeds with high work piece feed rates to deliver a very high stock removal process that can produce components free of surface damage. ...